The Oregon Housing Conference is a new interdisciplinary gathering of property owners and housing developers, lawmakers and public administrators, public health, law enforcement and community leaders, tenants and neighbors to discuss the Oregon housing crisis.
The theme of our conference is supportive housing for people with mental illness and addiction. Our goal is to educate the community and increase opportunities for supportive housing in Oregon.
The conference will be October 15, 2018 at the Doubletree Hotel in Portland, Oregon.
Deborah De Santis, President and CEO of the Corporation for Supportive Housing will headline the upcoming Oregon Housing Conference, October 15 at the Doubletree Hotel in Portland.
De Santis has guided the development of initiatives at CSH that bring the benefits of supportive housing to many more people at risk of chronic homelessness including veterans, those reentering society from hospitals and correctional facilities, youth and the elderly.
Scheduled speakers include ~
Suzanne Bonamici, U.S. Representative
Erika Armsbury, Central City Concern
Rachael Duke, Community Partners for Affordable Housing
Tom Stenson, JD, Disability Rights Oregon
Kenny LaPoint, Oregon Housing & Community Services
Rachel Post, Health Management Associates
Ilana Shushansky, Third Sector Capital Partners
Paul Solomon, Sponsors Inc.
Adrian Brown, JD – US Department of Justice Civil Rights Division
Katy Miller – US Interagency Council on Homelessness
State Legislative Panel – moderated by Lisa Naito, Naito Public Affairs
- Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer
- Representative Ron Noble
- Representative Carla Piluso
- Representative Tawna Sanchez
Registration, sponsorship and exhibitor sales are open now.